Construction Starting 2022

Learn how to get involved in the future of Philadelphia’s waterfront. The new Park at Penn’s Landing is being created by and for Philadelphians like you.

Design Update

View the Brand New Renderings of the Park at Penn's Landing

We’re so excited to show you some of the highlights of the latest park design work, inspired by and in response to, the feedback so many of you gave over the last two years.

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Park at Penn's Landing

Park Design Video Series

Take a look at how far we’ve come and where we are headed, in a three-part video series about the history of the Park at Penn’s Landing design and public engagement process. Be the first to see new renderings of the park in our design update.

Although we’re near the end of the design phase, we’re still eager to hear from you with feedback on programming, events, and experiences at the new park. You can provide feedback by completing this survey.

Watch all three videos: Penn’s Landing: A New Vision, Penn’s Landing: Gathering Community Input, and Penn’s Landing: Updated Park Design.

Penn's Landing

Updated Park Design

Join the design team for a very exciting update as they share how they made changes, pivots, and a few swivels to the Park at Penn’s Landing design to create a space based on what you want to see.

 

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A New Public Space
The new Park at Penn’s Landing will connect the city to the heart of the waterfront.

The new Park at Penn’s Landing will be a 11.5-acre civic space stretching between Chestnut Street, Walnut Street, Front Street, and the Delaware River. The park will include a wide variety of activities and features, including flexible open space for performances and festivals; food and drink options; a new play area; a relocated RiverRink for ice skating in the Winter; and a water play area to cool off in the Summer. DRWC is currently conducting a city-wide effort to engage Philadelphians from all backgrounds and neighborhoods as we aim to make the New Park at Penn’s Landing a public space where people of all backgrounds feel genuinely welcome and safe.

Resources

Learn about the planning process and provide feedback with these resources

A Park for Everyone

What would make the new park inclusive for all? Share your thoughts on freedom, access, safety, ownership, and representation by completing this survey.

The Park at Penn’s Landing Survey

The new Park at Penn’s Landing is being created by and for Philadelphians like you. Take the survey to help make this park yours.

Planning Boards — October 17, 2019

You can also look at the project information and boards from the October 17, 2019 meeting

Find out about upcoming events, the latest news, and how to get involved in shaping the future of Penn’s Landing!

THE NEW PARK AT PENN’S LANDING

A wide variety of activities and features will be offered:

Open space for performances and festivals

Food and drinks of all types and tastes

Water features to cool off in the summer

New play area for the kid in everyone

Relocated RiverRink for ice skating

Plus, new amenities based on feedback from the community


A master plan for the future.

In 2011, the future of Penn’s Landing was first envisioned in the Master Plan for the Central Delaware. This plan became a roadmap to guide all waterfront development between Port Richmond and Pennsport.

After a three-year study involving input from the community, a team of designers and engineers confirmed that a new park space was possible at the waterfront. Construction is scheduled to start in 2022

Thanks to city, state, and philanthropic leaders, the Park at Penn’s Landing will become a reality. This project will also include a new trail along Columbus Boulevard and an extension of the South Street Bridge to bring pedestrians directly to the waterfront.

Today, DRWC and its engagement team, led by PennPraxis; Little Giant Creative; SEAMAAC; Make the World Better Foundation; and the Village of Arts & Humanities is developing a major city-wide outreach effort. The goal is to cultivate the community’s vision for this new public space and help decide future programming.